Alumni News & Accolades
The Alumni News & Accolades blog gathers information from news articles and press releases about noteworthy events in the lives of alumni. It is a complement to the Class Notes section of The Record.
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Uniquely qualified to chronicle the legal, social, and political developments that shape American society, Linda Hirshman, ’69, is a renowned leader in the legal world.
Contract Catch is a natural outgrowth of his efforts in trying to improve how attorneys write and the words attorneys choose.
Robert Barnett, '71, is a lawyer who trades the courtroom for the campaign trail practically every election cycle. Earlier this year, the political chameleon was a stand-in for Vermont Sen. Sanders to prep Clinton for the primary debates and recently he assisted her running mate Sen. Tim Kaine by portraying Rebulican Gov. Mike Pence before their Tuesday matchup.
In a book-lined law office conference room, Nathaniel Grey, ’57, trustee of the Bernard Heerey Family Foundation, leaned forward to look at the three recent Law School graduates before him.
A well-respected Tulsa attorney, Ray and his wife, Nancy, AB ’44, JD ’46, were lifelong volunteers and philanthropists, dedicated to the Law School and its public interest program.
As "one of Wall Street's top dealmakers," Nancy Lieberman, '79, "has built a reputation for never backing down."
Lyneir Richardson, '90, CEO of Chicago Trend, or Transforming Retail Economics of Neighborhood Development, says his new for-profit social enterprise company, backed by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation and Chicago Community Trust, has three advantages that will help it build top-tier retail developments in Bronzeville, Chatham, Pullman and other neighborhoods on the South and West sides: data, development contacts and dollars.
Marvin Gittler, '63, labor attorney with an outsized personality, has passed away at 77.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Robert Martin, '69, who has served for 38 years, most of them as chief judge of the federal bankruptcy court in Madison, announced Wednesday that he is retiring at the end of the month.
Nancy Rotering, '90, first female Mayor of Highland Park, was recently profiled for Forbes.com.